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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Inspired Poem


  Bashful by Dorlana Vann When I saw her stretched across the tidy beds, love’s potent sword struck my heart before I knew who this lovely stranger was or one word said. But I remained silent, as I always do. With one bite, she fell ill on that dreadful day. In a glass coffin, it …

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Jack and the Beanstalk Inspired Poem


MRS. by Dorlana Vann Poverty breeds greed in a weak soul. I should have stomped the lad like a pest. Does hunger justify wickedness? He was just a boy, not a foul troll. But now sorrow arrived and grief grows. No one to cook for or to caress. Poverty breeds greed in a weak soul. …

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Beauty & the Beast + Rip Van Winkle = Wink (fairy tale poetry)


Wink by Dorlana Vann Wink was an elf; lavender was his color. His world was made up of sunshine and magic. The sky was ginger, and the trees were scarlet. All the ladies declared he was most charming. His kind parents urged him to settle down And to carry on his name and his beauty. …

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Cinderella Inspired Poem


Dear Mom  by Dorlana Vann Cinders on your face and hands, so you said. Instead of supper you were sent to bed. No one to play with—No huge castle walls. Dined on the cold floor like one of the dogs. Every day, I must hear your sad stories. Really Mother, they are getting boring. “Eleanor,” …

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Fairy Tale Poetry


Fairy’s Sorrow By Dorlana Vann I’m sheltered from the rain, But still I feel the mist. It mixes with my pain Confirming I exist. I’m covered by the leaves Living amongst the trees. The more I see and learn The more the world I yearn. Inspired by The Dryad by Hans Christian Anderson

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Fairy Tale Inspired Poem: Humanity


  Humanity (Inspired by The Fisherman and his Wife) By Dorlana Vann Beneath the dark cover of sky and water Graciousness causes the enchanted to bleed. When weakness overpowers logic Regretful rhymes are spoken through the waves. When selfishness has replaced contentment Sinister clouds and winds are summoned. Lessons are lurid in order to comprehend …

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